News of Machu Picchu

Ceremonial piece found in Machu Picchu

04 October 2010 |
Machupicchu Noticias
A "Tupu" or ceremonial pin was located 10 cm in all Salapunku Peruvian researchers found in the archaeological site of Salapunku within the citadel of Machu Picchu, a 'Tupu' or ceremonial pin 10 cm long, reported the National Institute of Culture (INC). The discovery was made by researchers who are responsible for the work of restoration and archaeological value of Salapunku. The Tupu, used to... Leer Más...

approving construction of road to Machu Picchu

21 September 2010 |
Machupicchu Noticias
Congress approved a project to build a road to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, to avoid repeating the situation of isolation that was the archaeological complex earlier this year by the destruction of the railway, until today only means of mass transportation to reach the site.  The collapse of the rail, heavy rains and overflowing rivers in January, forcing the closure of more than two... Leer Más...

Peru is much more than ceviche and Machu Picchu, says foreign

17 September 2010 |
Machupicchu Noticias
Journalist of the newspaper Clarin in Buenos Aires emphasized that the work Peruvian chefs are doing to develop the national cuisine is an example to follow. The wealth and culture of Peru go far beyond what was known as the sanctuary of Machu Picchu and its flagship dish, ceviche, and it is easy to feel when you know more about their pisco and visit trade fairs like Mistura , said the... Leer Más...

Tourists can purchase tickets for attractions in Cusco from home

17 September 2010 |
Machupicchu Noticias
Tourists wishing to visit Cusco and meet its archaeological monuments, including Machu Picchu, you can purchase the entrance tickets from home, and anywhere in the world through an electronic system that projects implemented soon. The initiative would save significant time for visitors, to avoid queues forming on existing stores, as well as better control that will minimize instances of... Leer Más...

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